How can a kippah be spiky, even edgy? When it is constructed using bugle beads and wire, that's how! Light and dark shades of blue play off each other, recalling the play of light on leaves. Silver wire forms a flower at the center of this woman's yarmulke, with turquoise beading surrounding an opalescent dark blue bead. Two rows of wire crochet surround the "petals", and the aforementioned bugle beads form a six-pointed star, a Magen David, with a small, dark blue glass bead at each point. When ordering, please specify a comb or clips (or one of each). As my mother says,
"Wear it in good health!"
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